Liam Gallagher has been cautiously interviewed about what the police & # 39; an incident that corresponds to maltreatment & # 39; at a popular location in London.
The police said they had been informed of visual material published by The sun in August, which seemed to show the former Oasis star in a confrontation with his girlfriend, music manager Debbie Gwyther.
The sun claimed that the images showed that Gallagher Gwyther around the throat grabbed at the Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone, a popular place for celebrities.
Gallagher later denied that he had attacked Gwyther in a message on his social media, saying that he had "never put a woman in trouble in a cruel way". Gwyther called the report a "lie game" and received criticism The sun for not looking for a comment from her.
A spokeswoman for the Met said: "Officers are aware of footage of an incident that corresponds to an attack that supposedly occurred in August 2018 at a licensed location in Chiltern Street, Marylebone.
"The images have been assessed and inquiries will be made about the circumstances surrounding the alleged incident." On Wednesday, September 25, a man attended a central police station in London, where he was cautiously interviewed. No specific accusations have been received at the moment. "
The spokeswoman added that no arrests were made and that investigations are being conducted.
The Independent contacted the Gallagher representative for comment.